Brumbies robbed in South African team hotel

Laptops and cellphones were stolen from a hotel room where some players from the Brumbies rugby team were staying, KwaZulu-Natal police said on Monday.

Superintendent Jay Naicker said the players were staying at the Elangeni hotel in Durban.

“There was no forced entry into the players room.

“Hotel management did not report the robbery and resolved to solve the matter internally,” he said.

Naicker was not able to confirm when the theft took place.

The Brumbies team was in Durban to play Sharks on Saturday. The team lost 35-14.

In addition, Brumbies rugby forward Shawn Mackay was in a Durban hospital after being hit by a car outside a nightclub in the city in the early hours of Sunday.

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